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Liv Real Estate
Love where you Liv. 

We’ve happily left the old fashioned approach to buying and selling homes to the other guys – the ones that see homes as properties and people as paychecks. At Liv Real Estate, we look to the future when it comes to helping you buy or sell your home.

Originally known as K.W. Johnston Real Estate, our company was founded in 1975 by Ken Johnston, as a small family owned and operated real estate firm. By 1985 the brokerage had grown to become one of the largest independent real estate brokerages in Edmonton.

In 1993, headed by Ken’s son Sheldon Johnston, the firm joined an international franchise, a relationship that lasted nearly 20 years. In 2005, Sara MacLennan joined the team to establish the brokerage’s online marketing, and is now the marketing director of the brokerage. In 2012, the franchised brand was no longer a good fit for the personality of the brokerage. So, Sheldon and Sara repositioned the firm, developed its brand strategy, and created its new identity: Liv Real Estate.

You can learn more about our company and our associates at: LivRealEstate.ca/about-us/

Barbara Diduch

REALTOR®, Associate

I was born in Poland and raised in South Edmonton. I loved growing up in Edmonton, as it provided me with Big City Am…

Leanne Leuschen

REALTOR®, Associate

Small town Saskatchewan girl with a zest for life. I grew up with a sporty edge always involved in competitive sport.…

Angel Mobey

REALTOR®, Associate

Born and raised in Alberta, I am an Alberta girl through and through. From the Rocky Mountains to the top of the prov…

Mauricio Niemeyer

REALTOR®, Associate

“To give real service, you must add something which cannot be bought or measured with money,
and that is sincerity a…

Vinh Pham

REALTOR®, Associate

I’ve lived in many places and have learned to value the importance of community and heritage. I find so much joy help…

Suzanna Yu

REALTOR®, Associate

When it came to buying my ‘first’ dream home, a condo in Edmonton, I was so overwhelmed; where to even begin, I thoug…